'It's a soul issue': Crowder gets blunt explaining difference between Uvalde and Nashville police responses
Crowder was back with more on the tragic Nashville shooting today. Specifically, how the Nashville Police Department compares to the response of the Uvalde Police last year. You know, when the cops waited around for over an hour and stopped to get hand sanitizer before entering the classroom where children were being murdered. That one.
From yesterday's bodycam footage, it's clear that the Nashville police had an absolutely incredible response. Crowder highlighted Nashville's response time of 14 minutes. It took ten minutes for officers to arrive, and three minutes to kill the shooter. But he also explained the response time doesn't tell the whole story. So he played a side-by-side comparison of the bodycam footage from Nashville and Uvalde.
Gerald noted they actually had to fast-forward the Uvalde footage because it was so incredibly slow. Crowder then explained the main difference between the two: the Nashville police understood and accepted that their job is to die, if it comes down to it. The Uvalde police did not. The Nashville police ran towards the sound of the gunfire without hesitation. The Uvalde police were scared to enter the classroom, even as they could hear the screams of the children inside.
Gerald and Steven also pointed out that, although three minutes is phenomenal, it's not as good as zero minutes. Which would be the response time if there were armed guards at every school. And if teachers have their own firearms they responsibly use, they should be able to carry those firearms on school grounds.
There was a whole lot more to this segment, including the problem a loooot of conservatives are missing with calling this shooting a "hate crime". Plus, the horrible TikTok bill that would basically be an online Patriot Act. So be sure to catch the whole show, completely uncensored, exclusively on Rumble.
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